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This is my 3rd trick shot video. It has many facinating and interesting shots in it...
Josh & Lisa were so much fun to film for this Bridal Film Short. From the moment the camera was rolling, they had so much fun with it. In fact, I could've made a whole separate film short with just the outtakes! When we do a Bridal Film Short, I do as little directing at first and as time goes by, we hold out the stops and see where it takes us. I find that this makes for a more interesting film.
The beauty about these film shorts is that we film them in locations that are meaningful to you. It's my goal to film and edit in a way that really captures the spirit of the couple I'm filming. The more freedom I have in directing, the more I'll film interesting shots. It's all up to you. Doing this unscripted is so much fun. I never know how the final product will come out and that's the best part for me. This is art!!
Point of interest shot with trees in the winter
One of the interesting shot patterns is known as full table circle. These shots follow a clockwise or counter-clockwise path around the table rails.
This book contains a large assortment of these types of shots. For each shot, there are two table layouts. The first is the ball positions on the table. The second is how the pro player made the point.
There are two ways you can use these examples.
First - as a mental exercise. Study the ball layout and the ball paths to determine how the shot was played.
Second - as a table exercise. Set the balls up in the positions. Try to duplicate the shot. It may take only a few attempts, or a lot before you learn how to consistently score the point. You will do a lot of experimentation with different speeds and spins.
The result will be a better understanding on how to play similar shots during your competitions. Enjoy the learning process and good luck!!